Question about 2002 Jeep Wrangler
Did you ever tune it up?
in the last 60k miles do all steps in the op guide for 60k miles.
if not, bingo. I have same car, what engine. I4 or V6.
i have full access to docs and the knowledge.
the short list of 50 reasons (i do the tests to find which fast)
1: not tuned up, ever. (classic)
2: EGR sticks open, clean it or replace it, its 50k service point. all cars.
3:ISC stuck closed (in fact all air valves, sticking for idle controls)
4: misfiring for huge list of reason... (have list but is useless. we do that tests)
5:flooding, (more tests)
6: weak or bad spark to 1 or more cylinders. more tests.
do you wish to guess, or tests.
if i were to guess, id say, no tuneup done with spark and air and fuel filters.
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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